Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Greecing the Wheels of the International Economy

The sugar daddies of the European Union have been discussing the problems in the Greek economy again.
According to the BBC:

"The Greek people have been pushed to the limit by austerity measures demanded by the EU and IMF, public order minister Christos Papoutsis says.

He said Greeks had made "superhuman" efforts, and "can't take any more"."

What's that? The Greek people can't take any more? We think they'd be only too happy to take more! That's what got them into this mess in the first place!

"Right, children. You've spent all your pocket money so the only solution is to give you some more, but you must promise to spend it more carefully next time."

"We will!"

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